Sunday, December 2, 2012

Pistols, Plagiarism, and Plagiarism - A Response from Narrow-Minded








narrow-minded has left a new comment on your post "Salaries Mean High Costs for Seminary Students":

Playing "The 8/18 Card" while blogging on company time for a six-figure salary: Priceless.

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From Luther's large Catechism:

The Seventh Commandment.
222] Thou shalt not steal.

The same I say also of mechanics, workmen, and day-laborers, who all follow their wanton notions, and never know enough ways to overcharge people, while they are lazy and unfaithful in their work. All these are far worse than sneak-thieves, against whom we can guard with locks and bolts, or who, if apprehended, are treated in such a manner that they will not do the same again. But against these no one can guard, no one dare even look awry at them or accuse them of theft, so that one would ten times rather lose from his purse. For here are my neighbors, good friends, my own servants, from whom I expect good [every faithful and diligent service], who defraud me first of all.

Or - The Catholic Encyclopedia - verbatim,
except for obvious clues and accurate citations.
 
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